Urn Keyring and Keychain Cremation Ash Holders Guidance
Keychain cremation keepsakes, much like their jewelry counterparts, are a recent innovation in the memorial industry that also allows individuals to carry a small remembrance of a lost loved one with them at all times. It goes without saying that losing a loved one is one of the most difficult experiences that someone could go through, and while there will never be an adequate substitution for the lost, holding a small remembrance of them near can greatly sooth the troubled mind and heart.
These elegant keepsakes can be carried, as the name implies, on a set of keys, but the elegant designs they offer allows us to use them in any way that would be appropriate. For example, if someone is not comfortable carrying such a precious token on a set of keys, a longer chain can be threaded through the bail opening so the keepsake can be displayed as an ornament, which can then be hung on a rearview mirror, in a locker or even in the work place; in other words, practically anywhere. The designs offered vary from metal bullets featuring a cross, to glass keepsakes that permanently infuse the ashes of your loved one into the memorial bead. While many families place cremation ashes in these small pieces, others, who either are not comfortable spreading the ashes or who's loved one was not cremated, utilize them to hold a small lock of hair, earth from the gravesite, or even crushed funeral flowers. The possibilities presented by these modern memorials are virtually endless.
A keychain keepsake can be a steadfast symbol representing the love and lessons provided to us by a lost loved one. While it is difficult to do, when we lose a loved one, we should not dwell on the time lost. What will bring greater comfort, and ultimately peace, is to concentrate on the happy memories they left us, and a small remembrance that can be carried at all times will serve as a gentle reminder of these precious moments. These charming keepsakes are perfect for those who wish to create a transportable tribute of a friend or family member, but who are also not partial to wearing jewelry.
"My Mother had passed away and Dad had her cremated as they planned but he could not choose an urn. I found this one online and had it sent to him, he said when he saw it he knew that is why he hadn't found one before because this was the one for her.
It was so beautiful and its delicate features and hair looked like her in her younger days.
He has now displayed the urn in the living room and he said when he looks at it he feels connected to Mom.
He has gotten some comfort from this and after being married 58 years and so in love I didn't know that anything other than prayers could give him comfort. It was sent from Memorials.com but I think God led me to their web site, to help my Dad find some comfort." Peggy Strange